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Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction by Konami

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  • Mild Fantasy Violence
Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • Platform: Nintendo GBA
  • Publisher: Konami
  • Developer: Konami
  • Category: Action

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction recreates the experience of the popular trading card game as it offers fans of the franchise an all-new adventure, featuring 800 unique cards, including all three Egyptian god cards. Bonus Offer! - Preorder Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction for Game Boy Advance and recieve three exclusive limited edition Yu-Gi-Oh! cards FREE when the game ships! The three cards include Dark Magician Knight, Knight's Title and Sage's Stone.

Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction, the sequel to the overwhelming hit Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards, pits players against Reshef - "The Dark Being" - who if left unchecked will shroud the world in a mire of darkness and destruction. In battles with more than 100 duelists, players must build their decks and gain experience, even as new twists and turns threaten to derail efforts to stop evil. As players explore all around the world, they will have to buy and sell, even wager, their cards to create an unbeatable deck in order to stop Reshef and restore order.

* An all-new storyline based in the Yu-Gi-Oh! world.

* Use 800 different cards to build your deck.

* Duel with all 3 Egyptian god cards for the first time ever.

* More strategic battles with enhanced card battling system.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Terrible ========== Story ========== The story of Reshef of Destruction is that you need to start the terrible dark entity Reshef and to do this you need to find the missing millennium items and restore the three Egyptian God cards. ========== Gameplay ========== This where this game falls apart. Unlike most of the Yu-Gi-Oh games on the GBA which base their mechanics on the actual card game and are essentially dueling simulators this game tries to change things up. In Reshef of Destruction you have a system based around an elemental system. This means that certain elements reign supreme over another element and a monster based on that element can defeat any monster of the inferior element regardless of attack or defense power. This system can work to your advantage and disadvantage. On one hand you can destroy a powerful opposing monster like a Blue Eyes White Dragon which is a light type with the weak shadow monster Kuriboh. The game also cripples effect monsters for the most part and turns them into normal monsters and then changes some normal monsters into effect monsters. The game also changes the effects of some spell and trap cards as well. The game also suffers from the fact that most opponent's give you extremely weak cards, but purchasing cards is out of the question for the most part since they cost in excess of 1,000 Domino which is what the in-game money is called. So, getting any decent monsters early on is out of the question. And this is a major issue since your starting deck is filled almost entirely with monsters with less then 1,000 ATK points. So you are almost entirely helpless unless you rely on the elemental system in the game, but many duelists don't use any specific type of monster cards to take advantage of. At least none of the duelists that I've played seem extremely consistent. And, to finish off this mess we have to discuss trap cards as well. And, the problem with trap cards is that you can't choose when to activate a trap card. If the conditions are met the card will activate regardless if you want to use it at that point in time or not. ========== Graphics ========== The graphics are what you'd expect for the GBA. The in-game sprites and environments are rather average. ========== Sound ========== The game seems to only feature a few rather generic soundtracks early on. And, this will probably make you want to play the game with the sound muted. ========== Lasting Appeal ========== The game does offer some difficult opponents that can only be accessed after beating the game, but you'll probably put this game down before you get to them. ========== Scores ========== Story: 6 Gameplay: 3 Graphics: 5 Sound: 4 Lasting Appeal: 2 Overall: 4
Date published: 2012-07-06
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